Tia in Year 9

Tia in year 9 has just won the National Championship for her age group in Karate. She has also won 2 gold medals and is now the Regional Champion. As a result Tia has once again qualified for the world cup in Australia later this year. Well done Tia, this is an amazing achievement and we are all really proud of you!


Maya in Year 7

Maya in Year 7 has auditioned and successfully been chosen to represent England in the Dance World Cup in Germany later this year. She will be performing in the Children Classical Solo section. Well done Maya, we are really proud of this amazing achievement.


Disrespect NoBody, February – March 2017


Disrespect Nobody

The  second phase of the Home Office Disrespect Nobody campaign will run from 2 February until the end of March 2017. The campaign is focussed on digital and mobile first and will also run on TV aimed at young people, such as The Brit Awards and the Big Bang Theory, on radio, Spotify, cinema and online including catch up TV, X-Box, YouTube and Snapchat.  The first TV advert will run in the evening of Thursday 2 February in the Hollyoaks advertising break.

The aim of the Disrespect NoBody campaign is to prevent young people, both boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships.

For 2017 the focus of the campaign will be consent and sexting, which are both issues where many young people need more education and information. The campaign advertising directs young people to the website www.disrespectnobody.co.uk where they can get further information and signposts them to organisations who can provide support.

H2B (How to be) Safer!

mzl.mvjkmcatThe h2bsafer (how to be safer) hub is designed to provide you with information and advice that is easy to access and simple to understand. Use the short videos and step-by-step prompt cards to ensure you have a safer online experience.

Click on the image for detailed instructions and videos about how to make sure you have the correct privacy settings for your Social Media accounts.


Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness week.  To mark the occasion this month’s Picture of Health looks at mental health in Tameside, and offers links to some sites to help you understand more about how to help yourself and others to enjoy good mental health.

Click on the image below for more information.



A Picture of Health

Screenshot 2016-04-18 at 17.17.13Public Health Tameside have supplied us with the following information and download…

In Public Health we look at the way people in Tameside live as a whole population. This helps us understand what the main health and wellbeing challenges are for people living here, so we can look for ways to improve levels of health. We’ll be sharing facts and figures about health in Tameside with you every month, to put you in the picture. We’ll also be giving you information on how you can help yourself and the people around you to live well.

Click the image above to download the leaflet.

It’s not OKAY

Its Not OKThis week we are supporting the ‘Its not OK’ campaign which is around Child Sexual Exploitation.

The focus of the campaign during this year’s week of action is raising awareness around the strong link between child sexual exploitation and children who go missing.

Going missing can mean bunking off school, staying out overnight, or running away from home for a few days or longer. Whatever the context, the reality is that 95% children at risk from child sexual exploitation have gone missing at least once. Tackling child sexual exploitation is everyone’s responsibility. Fo more information, please visit the following websites:


Safer Internet Day

Tuesday 9th February 2016 is Safer Internet Day. Look out for some exciting activities based around being a good Digital Citizen in your Computing lessons this week.

Or click on the image below to find out more about the day.


The Apprenticeship Guide!

The Apprenticeship Guide gives free online access to loads of useful information about apprenticeships, general careers advice, direct links to employers and training providers that offer apprenticeships, real life stories and much more.

Apprenticeship Guide

Click on the image above to find out more information.